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Saying there is something for everyone would be an understatement. In Luxembourg, the 'Fête de la Musique' which used to be celebrated on 21st June - like everywhere else around the globe -, is such a success story that it is split into regional editions that form one big national festival over the course of several days.
The Grand Duchy's foreign trading is in good health. With a dynamic and widely open economy, Luxembourg exports more than 85% of its production. The country's current account is largely surplus, which is good news for national employment.
The monument in memory of the victims of the Holocaust will be inaugurated on Sunday, 17 June. The monument, the work of Franco-Israeli sculptor Shelomo Selinger, a survivor of the death camps, has been erected in the square near the former Sainte-Sophie buildings on Boulevard Roosevelt in Luxembourg City, on the site of the first synagogue.
The University of Luxembourg has been mentioned in the latest ranking published by the famous British publication 'Times Higher Education', in 12th place in its 'Young University Ranking' for 2018. Although it has slipped down one place since last year, the University is still highly competitive.
Luxinnovation and five incubators have selected five Luxembourgish start-ups for an opportunities and discovery trip to the USA, on the themes of applied Artificial Intelligence and Big Data. Throughout the month of June 2018, the start-ups will be able to meet potential partners, and above all take part in a course organised by the company BootstrapLabs.
The first incubator at the Luxembourg Technoport has just celebrated its 20 years. The celebrations took place from 6 to 8 June in Belval, with the hosting of the annual congress of the EBN (European BIC network), a pan-European network of structures like the Technoport.